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My name is Andy Thomson, and I want to tell you how to earn an additional income through your blog site.
Many people dream of becoming rich through a there blog site, but the sad truth is very few people make
any money at all, and it all ends in disappointment. I want to give you a little bit of help with a few pointers into turning your blog into your business.

Your content is the most important part of your blog, it has to be original, interesting, something that will grab the readers attention and make them want to come back again and again. You also have to pay special attention to your headlines and subheadings, the must be no longer than 5/6 words long, and you must try and make them stand out so it makes people want to know what they are all about.

You have to find a niche topic and you must stick with it, don’t start mixing your topics, and research them well. Be accurate in everything that you write, there is nothing worse than reading something that you know is a load of rubbish. You must post on a regular basis to sustain the interest in your readers, and make them want to come back and read some more, and also increase the flow of new readers to your website.

Another way to earn an income through your writing is to sell your work or services as a freelancer, now this can be really hard or really easy and it all depends on how good you are at what you do, or rather what you write about. there are a lot of sites out there that offer payments or rewards for your articles and blog posts and the amounts they offer vary from site to site. Two of the biggest sites that I use are or and the better you write the better your reputation becomes and a number of offers you receive offering you work increases by a significant amount.

Another way to earn an income through your blog and by far the most popular way is through advertising. Once your blog is established and you have increased your followers to a decent level, you can start to think about using services like  Google adsense   what happens is you advertise the services or brands of other businesses and they pay you for it, this can be very lucrative.

This is just a very basic article about what you can do to earn an income from your blog, and if you want to discuss this in greater detail then please get in touch with me at and I will be more than happy to have a chat with you and hopefully help you just a little bit on the road to a more lucrative future. Good luck with everything that you do.




Hi everyone, my name is Andy Thomson and my passion is letting the world know that there is great writers/bloggers out there, and am writing this post to try and get people to visit my site and discover the talented writers who’s posts I have shared.

Sharing somebody else’s work brings us together as a community of like minded people and gives us the opportunity to experience the thoughts, highlights and adventures of those who write the posts. Together we can educate and bring together people from all over the world, and in today’s current climate that’s, not such a bad thing.

The challenges that we face in life will always be there, but it’s how you take on those challenges that are important, and writing for me personally is one way of dealing with those challenges.  You will find that by reading about somebody else’s experiences can help another person then writing that post was worth it. Writing is also about having fun, so it’s not all doom and gloom, it can also make you laugh, and that’s a medicine in its self.

So please take time out to visit read their posts and share with others because you do make a difference.

thanks so much for reading this post



Australia: My First Impressions

Following Milena

Current location: Sydney, Australia

It’s coming up to nearly a month since I’ve been down under now. It feels so crazy to be saying that! After months of build up, preparing to finally get on the road full time, the first 30 days have flown past. I’ve been super busy since I’ve arrived. I spent two weeks in Melbourne, mainly spent getting over the worst jet lag of my life but also catching up with friends, exploring the city, eating great Asian food and drinking the worlds best coffee. I then jumped on a coach to Canberra for a couple of days to see the sights of Australia’s capital city. I had my first Australian Hostel experience, sharing a room with two lovely girls who I bonded with over many sushi plates and Hostel disasters. Too soon after I took another bus to Sydney. Sydney took my breath away. The…

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Sweet Escape to the Sunshine Coast

family trio and our travels

Throwing it back to our first family holiday, well the first plane trip we’d taken with Grace anyway. Back when travelling with Grace was easy, back when life was sweet.

As Campbell and I are Melbournians, we had decided to celebrate our 2nd wedding anniversary in QLD, it was likely to be warmer there than in Melbourne.
Remembering back to our wedding day 3/12/14, it was grey, cold and pissing of rain. All we wanted to do was spend our anniversary weekend, basking in the sun by the water. So we decided QLD, we weren’t going to take a gamble with Melbourne weather.
Id seen cheap flights to Brisbane on a Virgin sale and quickly booked them. Then we looked for somewhere to stay. We decided on Novotel Twin Waters, it had a lagoon, a pool, a gym, a couple of restaurants and was walking distance to a beach. There…

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An un-Belize-able week

Peak into my passport

First thing to address – yes, I did use the same pun in this weeks headline as my instagram post. No, I don’t mind. It’s the only pun I can manage.

Now we’ve addressed that, I can more on to more interesting subjects, such as the Caribbean paradise that is Caye Caulker. This small island sits off of mainland Belize and was a wonderful taste of Caribbean culture for me. They also speak English here, which after 4 weeks of trying to learn and speak spanish, was actually very odd. My three days on the island included my lovely host family at Go Slow hostel (also the island motto!), a lot of laughs, even more rum and some spectacular snorkeling.

IMG_5971 Lazy lizard beach bar, Caye Caulker

IMG_5970 Calm seas due to hurricane season 

When we arrived, happy hour(s!) were in full swing, and after a rum punch on the beach it…

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1 year later…


Over the past year I have went from the shy girl with no self confidence who didn’t want to leave her bedroom unless it was to get food, to, a loud woman who wants to be heard with a huge ego and rarely wants to stay in bed… still love food though.


A year ago, I didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life career wise. It felt like every week I had a new idea for what I wanted to do. I went from wanting to open a coffee shop to wanting to create my own lipstick line. Now, I know exactly where I want to be in my career in the financial sector. I’m in the middle of completing my NVQ work to get an extra qualification and a positive plan of action to get where I want to be. If you told me a…

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My Addiction: Travel

great post

Róisín's Life

”I found myself while travelling”, ”Inner peace”, ”#Wanderlust” …….and all those typical 2017 cliché travel essential words spoken by millennials. For me, I never predicted how significantly travelling would change every aspect of my life until last January. DCIM100GOPROGOPR0193.JPG

I was always a fan of holidays. Yearly trips to a sunny country where my sister and I would find endless entertainment in an peanut-shaped pool watching our parents ethnicity change as they lay on their sunbeds and finishing our day with red chlorinated eyes. Great memories, but it wasn’t so much ”travelling”.

It all started when I (for some unknown bizarre reason) decided to join my universities’ surf team. I saw these club members venturing to countries that I had to google to locate on the world map. This made me think…maybe there’s more to see than the south of Spain!?

My childhood of watching ‘The Lion King’ was a significant…

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Appreciation, Respect, Chivalry & Love

Chaella's Inspiration

“Although I have a lot of close female friends in my life,
my number one is still my mom.
Without her, I wouldn’t have the values that I have
and see the world the way that I do today.
She taught me how to appreciate and respect women.
She taught me chivalry and how to love a woman
and respect their feelings and emotions.”

“Let a woman have her place,
because as you provide foundation for her,
she provides a foundation for you.
And through that vulnerability comes strength.”
~ Shemar Moore,
Actor & Model

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What can I say about Prague when my breath has been taken awaaaaay. The second I landed into Prague, I was in absolute awe over the city. It’s filled with such a spectacular array of details, small town life, with a hometown feel. I was initially obsessed with how all the homes looked like little cottages with their red roofs and how all the buildings tower over you.

One of my best friends moved there a year ago and I’ve been dying to visit her since. Being able to stay in her apartment and get a true local feel of living in the city for 3 days was one of the highlights of my trip! Here are a few things we did:

Day 1: Have dinner at Marina Ristorante. The service was a bit slow but I’d say it’s because it was summer and full of tourists. Regardless…

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